Racial equity is on the ballot for Californians this November.
Proposition 16 is an amendment that would repeal Proposition 209, a 1996 measure that eliminates affirmative action in California.
Dear President Michael Drake:
Congratulations, and welcome back to the University of California.
As you look ahead to your work with the UC, we invite you to consider the role of lecturers and adjunct faculty in this great institution.
The COVID-19 pandemic and national demonstrations against the deaths of Black Americans have shed light on the brutal manifestations of systemic racism. Across humanity’s collective history, stories have elevated marginalized voices and breathed life into once broken structures.
Dozens of undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from UCLA’s Division of Physical Sciences wrote an actionable plan to increase the impact of our current diversity initiatives.
Here’s what shrinking university budgets and a housing paucity could have in common.
In the recent past and likely into the next generation, it is hard to imagine that public universities will receive adequate state and federal funding to carry out their missions to educate the next generation’s workforce.
To the editor,
Regarding your article about the UCLA School of Dentistry:
We want to assure the entire UCLA community, including all of our faculty, staff, students, residents and other trainees that their safety is our overriding priority.
The irony is not lost on us. Words, but no action.
These contradictions occurred well before our tenure as campus leaders but were first encountered within the 2019-2020 academic year during finals week of winter quarter.
Our UCLA faculty must do better to ensure that, in this moment, students’ grades are a reflection of their resiliency, rather than their trauma. It will never be enough to proclaim that Black Lives Matter, and then proceed to continue teaching classes as if those same Black students are unaffected by what’s happening.
This post was updated May 27 at 6:23 p.m.
This year has presented to our communities a rude disruption to the many conventions we as participants in society have become accustomed to.
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